After a number of strong outs this year, Paige Stout's bull, Recovery Time, will be heading to Las Vegas at the end of the month for the 2015 PBR World Finals.Read More September 30, 2015 @ 10:00:00 AM View All of Paige Stout's Blogs
Keyshawn Whitehorse is ready to focus on his professional bull riding career after helping Team Texas win a national high school championship at the National High School Finals Rodeo.
Beaver Creek Beau, who is one of the most friendly bulls outside the arena, is larger than life inside it as he makes his case for the World Champion Bull title.
As the defending champion in Big Sky, Montana, Stetson Lawrence hopes for a repeat performance this weekend. And if he wins he plans to introduce his unique dance to the fans in Montana.
SweetPro's Bruiser has come of age in the BFTS and has given his running mate, and the defending World Champion, SweetPro's Long John, a run for his money.
After taking an early lead, Cody Heffernan accomplished his goal of winning his first PBR Australia title Saturday night in Sydney.
Bull riders rarely fear bulls, but SweetPro's Long John's strength and honesty demands a certain respect that has made the defending World Champion Bull hard to ride.
Though this weekend's Touring Pro Division event in Guymon, Oklahoma, shares his name, Kasey Hayes has spent most of his summer building up his family and his new home.
Nathan Schaper has been hard at work this summer to make sure he keeps his place in the Top 35 once the BFTS second half starts, and as he's torn through July he's picked up some confidence as well.
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